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Tomorrow in The Ticket – and your plugs

What you’ll find in The Ticket on your newstands, app and online tomorrow: Green Lantern: Ryan Reynolds on being the face of a summer blockbuster Charles Bradley: ahead of his appearance at the Sea Sessions in Bundoran next weekend, the …

Thu, Jun 16, 2011, 14:00

   

What you’ll find in The Ticket on your newstands, app and online tomorrow:

Green Lantern: Ryan Reynolds on being the face of a summer blockbuster

Charles Bradley: ahead of his appearance at the Sea Sessions in Bundoran next weekend, the soul man with the fantastic voice talks about why it took him so long to catch a break.

Ziggy Marley: the eldest son of Bob Marley on his new album “Wild & Free” and comic book “Marijuanaman”.

Galway: how live music is beginning to trump theatre in the western hub of culture and creativity

Plus reviews of new albums (including Bill Carrothers, Givers, Oh Land, Vetiver, Liam Finn, Beyonce, Leo O’Kelly, Seeping into Cinemas and Ford & Lopatin), movies (Bad Teacher, The Beaver, Green Lantern, The Messenger, Potiche, Swinging With the Finkels), games (Infamous 2), apps (Galway Arts Festival), listings, news and much, much more.

That’s your winning Ticket in The Irish Times tomorrow in print, online and the best of The Ticket on the app.

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